Liverpool lost the Premier League title to Manchester City on Sunday, but its forward, Egyptian footballer Mohamed Salah, had a lot to celebrate that day. 

The footballer was awarded the Golden Boot for scoring 22 goals this season, making him the league's top scorer along with teammate Sadio Mané and Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. But, it wasn't Salah who stole the show ... rather his daughter did. 

Salah's daughter, Makka, decided to show the world that "like father, like daughter" is her family's motto. In doing so, she took to the field, put the ball in the net, and ultimately earned a standing ovation from fans at Anfield.

The four-year-old walked away from the net in an adorably humble fashion as hundreds of fans cheered her on. 

The way Salah looks at his daughter 😍

#FamilyGoals

Jokes had to be made: "Mo Salah's daughter has more Anfield goals than Lionel Messi"

"Mo Salah's daughter is the hero we all need on a Monday"

Not the first time Makka steals her dad's thunder

Last year, Salah secured the 2017-18 Golden Boot award after finishing off the season with 32 goals. But, as was the case this year, his daughter turned heads with her kicks and runs at Anfield. 

But, truth be told, Salah's thunder (and titles) cannot be taken away from him. 

Last month, the Liverpool forward snatched the PFA Fans' Premier League Player of the Month, a title he's gotten used to. In 2018, Salah was named the Premier League's Player of the Year. In June 2017, he became the most expensive player in the history of Liverpool F.C. when he transferred from A.S. Roma. 

Since then, his performances have been making headlines time and time again.